If you own an early Bronco it will break down. That’s simply a fact of driving a classic vehicle. No matter how well restored or upgraded it is, your Bronco will need some work from time to time. And if you’re like the vast majority of early Bronco owners, part of the appeal of these great trucks is that they’re simple enough that you can turn your own wrenches on them.

Whether a full frame-off restoration or a simple maintenance item, a Bronco repair manual (or several) should be on the book shelf (or garage) of any early Bronco driver. Whether it’s for a quick torque setting check or something more in-depth like a transmission or engine tear down, these manuals are invaluable

Bronco repair manuals have come in a variety of flavors over the years, but basically break down into these categories;


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